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For the first time, the Greater Dandenong Schools Network Student Voice conference brought together students from 10 schools to advocate for their education.
The new Richmond High School at Gleadall Street welcomed its first group of 76 Grade Seven students at the start of the school year.
As well as leading the NBL ladder, Melbourne United is leading TAFE students to their careers.
The Look Before You Lock campaign encourages parents and carers to minimise the risk of accidentally leaving a child in the car.
For parents struggling with the costs of school uniforms, shoes and books — help is at hand.
From helping out at his primary school’s musical, to a TAFE industry placement, to becoming the Victorian State School Spectacular’s Creative Producer - Simon K Patterson has come a long way.
History was made when South Melbourne Primary School – the first vertical school in Victoria – opened its doors for the start of the 2018 school year.
So you’ve just left secondary school and are about to embark on TAFE or uni – how do you do it?
Supporting the learning, development, health and wellbeing of babies and young children through services, legislation, education and care.
Providing high quality education, teacher development and opportunities for students to excel at primary and secondary school.
Helping develop skills and knowledge to expand employment opportunities and support industry.
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